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  • Serena faces tricky ascent to seventh heaven

    MELBOURNE: Ailing knees, Father Time and even a resurgent Victoria Azarenka stand in the way of Serena Williams clinching her seventh Australian Open title and giving her one more shot at an achievement that would cap her storied career...

  • Gent foil Spurs; Lyon in seventh heaven

    LONDON: Tottenham Hotspur’s Europa League hopes were crushed by unheralded Belgian side Gent, who booked their spot in the last 16 with a 2-2 draw at Wembley on Thursday as the hosts paid the penalty for Dele Alli’s first-half red card...

    Gent, eighth in their domestic league, went through 3-2 on aggregate after the second leg of the last-32 tie as Olympique Lyonnais, Borussia Moenchengladbach, AS Roma, Besiktas and Ajax Amsterdam also...
  • Travel: Seventh heaven on the coast

    With the hectic, fast-paced lifestyle most of us lead, a break is a must and what better place to escape from the harsh city life than a weekend getaway at Astola Island?The only island along the pristine Makran coast of Pakistan, Astola is a paradise for the adventurer and nature-lover — one can engage in a number of activities from swimming, snorkelling, scuba diving and fishing to trekking, bird-watching and observing turtle breeding on...

  • A corner of heaven on earth

    Two other Azaans one has heard have come close to such beauty: one at the Mecca Masjid in Hyderabad Deccan, India; the other heard at Dubai airport and sometimes also at Karachi’s Jinnah airport...

    This could be, alas too briefly, like a corner of heaven on earth...

  • TRAVEL: HIGHWAY TO HEAVEN

    However, two years ago someone posted pictures of their travel to Hunza on social media, and what followed was a landslide of thousands of tourists flocking to visit this piece of heaven on earth...

    How or why anyone can litter this piece of heaven is beyond comprehension...

  • TASTES: THE GOLDEN DROP FROM HEAVEN

    Call it a honey trap, but there is something about the golden syrup that has enslaved us forever...

    The 100 percent pure and natural sweetener has been around for time immemorial, long before sugar took over the popularity chart a few centuries ago
  • Malaysians seek matches made in heaven

    KUALA LUMPUR: Looking out nervously from her pink headscarf, Malaysian single Siti Aisha chats with a man she has never met, but who could become her husband following their Islamic speed-dating session...

    The pair talk shyly for a few minutes under the watchful eyes of Siti’s parents until a bell prompts the dozens of male participants to shift to a new table and a new prospective wife
  • Uproar in India’s tourist heaven over green ruling

    KULLU VALLEY: Its ski slopes are considered among the best in India while its stunning views are a magnet for hikers, horse riders and paragliders in the summer...

    But a new ruling by India’s environmental court designed to protect the Kullu Valley from its hordes of visitors now threatens to devastate the tourist industry, according to furious local businesses
  • Story Times: Documentary Heaven

    The website under review today is all about documentaries from various fields of life and they are all free; surely a heaven for curious little minds and the site is Documentary Heaven, at www...

    Whether you read or watch documentaries for your academic assignments or simply to increase your knowledge, Documentary Heaven is sure to keep you updated with real facts and keep you busy for hours...

  • Storming heaven: A revolt in Makkah

    She said, 'Janat toh maa kay pair talay hoti hey (Heaven is beneath a mother’s feet); what was my son doing looking for it in the ways of a mad man?'’She passed away in 1994, still hoping that one day her Munir may just come back to her...

  • A technocratic heaven?

    AN influential part of the country’s ruling elite has preferred for obvious reasons governing via so-called technocrats rather than members of the elected parliament who are answerable to the people...

    There is more than one example of this rule-by-technocrat era; however, there is little conclusive evidence that this delivered better results when compared to how policy is evolved and implemented in a parliamentary democracy
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